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Extract And Compress KDE4

   1.4.4  

KDE Service Menu

Score 86%
Extract And Compress KDE4
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Extract And Compress KDE4
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Extract And Compress KDE4
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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  13606
Submitted:  Jun 28 2008
Updated:  Mar 12 2009

Description:

This is a Service Menu to compress and extract files and folders.

After a long period of not maintaining this servicemenu (Sorry, sorry, sorry!), I'm back to fix some bugs and add translations.
Because of having Ark and it's Service Menu back, I won't add new features or make a huge rework of this one.

Thanks for your appreciation.


Installation:
1. Download and extract
2. go inside the extracted folder
3. execute the install-script (install.sh) and follow the dialogs
4. enjoy:-)

NOTE: The programs p7zip, bunzip2, bzip2, gzip, rar, unrar, tar, zip, unzip and unace must be installed.

Supported languages:
German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Chinese Simplified, Portuguese (Brazilian), Czech, Polish, Turkish, Danish, Russian and Catalan.

NOTE:
If your language isn't supported yet then just do this:
- add your language strings to the .desktop-files
- go inside the dialogs-folder
- add your language strings to the dialog-scripts
- send me a message




Changelog:

v1.4.4

- added detectection for local servicemenu-folder inside install-script (thanks to bitcrazy)
- fixed bug in root-uninstallation
- fixed corupted translation files (thanks to rakekniven)
- fixed non-XDG-Standard desktop-files (thaks to sarhugo)
- fixed bug that doesn't istalled "extrac_7zip_pw_to_folder" as root (thanks to superandrzej)
- added catalan translation (thanks to lesergi)

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v1.4.3

- added russian translation (thanks to peabody for the translation!)

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v1.4.2

- added danish translation (thanks to cb400f for the translation!)

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v1.4.1

- added uninstall-script (uninstall/uninstall.sh)

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v1.4

- added support for compressing multiple files to one archive (by choosing more than one file/folder a dialog appears and asks for a nome of the archive - NOTE: If you choose bz2 or gz and you selected more than one file, a tar.bz2 or tar.gz archive will be created)
- renamed INSTALL.sh to install.sh

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You will find a complete changelog inside the archive.




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 Excellent Job

 
 by sarhugo on: Jan 5 2009
 
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Thanks for bringing back this options.
Just an observation:
On the desktop files after the Actions add a trailing semicolon (following the standars). Otherway you will get a notice:
"List entry Actions in "ServiceMenus/ZZZ.desktop" is not compliant with XDG standard (missing trailing semicolon)."

Regards


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 Re: Excellent Job

 
 by painkiller101 on: Mar 12 2009
 
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Hi and thanks for your comment!

A little bit late, but I've uploaded it again with trailing semicolons.

Thank you again!


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 Folder Servicemenus

 
 by bitcrazy on: Mar 6 2009
 
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Thanks for the script. But it doesn't work if the local folder 'Servicemenus' doesn't exist upon installation. In this case all desktop files will be copy to file! Servicemenus. Better check if folder exists (like $HOME/bin) and create it, if necessary.

Greetings
m0nk


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 Re: Folder Servicemenus

 
 by painkiller101 on: Mar 12 2009
 
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Thanks for this hint!

I've uploaded it again and it should work now.

Thank you again.


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 "Extraction done!" status bar

 
 by Musikolo on: Mar 12 2009
 
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Hi,

I like a lot your service menu, but there is single thing I don't like that much: the pop up window saying "Extraction done!". I don't like it because it disturbs you all the time waiting for you to click on the the "OK" button. Instead, I think it would be much less invassive to show an message in the status bar of Dolphin, something like "Somefilecompressed.tar.gz has been extracted successfully!" The current way it's a bit chaotic when you uncompress several files quickly all in a row. Suddenly, you have an avalanche of pop up windows on your screen.

Well, I hope you find interesting this idea. Whatever you think about it, thanks a lot for your time and effort.

Regards! :-)


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 Re: "Extraction done!" status bar

 
 by painkiller101 on: Mar 16 2009
 
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Hi and thanks for your comment!

I know that the popip dialog isn't the nicest way for that, but i don't see an equivalent way to inform the user that the operation is done.

The solution you gave sounds really nice, but isn't (as far as I know) possible with servicemenus.
If I'm wrong with this tell me, but I think it has to be coded into the application.

Sorry.


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 Strange problems & fix

 
 by FrozenFox on: Mar 14 2009
 
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Hello,

Thanks for the great servicemenus.

On kde 4.2.1 (specifically, kdemod 4.2.1 on arch linux), the servicemenu seemed to refuse to show "extract" menu entries (oddly, it showed some/all of the "compress" entries) from right clicking an icon directly on the desktop/folderview. I think it did work properly within konqueror, but I'm not 100% sure on that. Reboot, login/logout, kbuildsycoca didn't help. Upon switching %F with %U in extract menus, it worked fine. I'm not sure what the difference is between the two and if this -should- be changed to be quite honest, but this problem and fix were repeatable for me (I had done it on an earlier non-kdemod setup in comparing a working menu vs a non-working one, kde 4.1), so perhaps worth looking into.


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 Re: Strange problems & fix

 
 by painkiller101 on: Mar 16 2009
 
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Hi and thank you for your comment.

First of all, I've tested it several times here and couldn't reproduce this behaviour on my machine (openSUSE 11.1, KDE 4.2.1).
Even though the variables %F and %U should do nearly the same, because they take the list of files(urls) including their full path. I'll look if everything's going well with the %F variable and update it.

Thanks again.


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 same problem

 
 by ricnar456 on: Apr 3 2009
 
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In ubuntu kde 4.2.1 only COMPRESS MENU is showed, the extract options don't appear at all.(when you right click in a compressed file)

ricnar


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 Re: same problem

 
 by ricnar456 on: Apr 3 2009
 
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yes changing the F and typing U is solved.

ricnar


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 Cant find ####.sh

 
 by FrostBlue on: May 27 2009
 
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Hi I have used this service menu on Jaunty beta very nicely but it gives me an error on the Jaunty final release...Cant find the sh files...Can u please help,I am hating to use Winrar whenever there's a password.

Thankyou


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